We’ve convinced ourselves that “more” will deliver the contented feeling we hope for. What if this approach is all wrong?
I often wonder what God would say if we had the opportunity to grab coffee. My fear is that She would be brutally honest and tell me, “You talk a big game, but I sometimes wish you would do more.”
We often know what the solution is, but we can’t quiet our minds enough to see it. When you let go, you let go of your beliefs of the past that are preventing you from reacting in the moment.
Ask yourself what really drives your passions and desires? What motivates you to get out of bed each day?
Your professional goal should be to find something that best fits your passions and meets as many of your wants/needs as possible.
This short reflection has saved me from lots of embarrassment and unnecessary arguments over the years.
One of my go-to solutions I’ve seen work time and time again is surprisingly simple – focus on someone else.
We have a need to quantify information. In many cases, this makes sense. But sometimes searching for a precise measurement can backfire.
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We’ve taught ourselves that our self-worth is directly attached to how many “to-dos” we check off our list before laying down to sleep.